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I have a Hawaii National Bank savings account and it was much like any other bank account. To me nothing really stands out about Hawaii National Bank. I can only really think of negatives like few ATMs, few actual branches and limited banking hours. Much like other banks their interest rates are very very low but that's not really a fault of theirs.
Being that they are a much smaller bank than other banks in Hawaii it is easier to get to know the bank tellers because there are a lot fewer branches to go to. I'm familiar with the Kapalama Branch and they are quite friendly there. I had a slight issue with their application process because for some reason they needed a copy of my social security card. I want to like this bank because it's a very small bank and I do root for underdogs but convenience is key.
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